I didn’t really want to go there because it meant lots of car (4100 Km in a week) and not enough time to enjoy and getting to know each place we went.
In the end, well, I went. And I’m quite happy I did it. It is a very interesting country where the first thing you learn is:
Hurry kills... and lazyness re-kills. — Anyone in Morocco
We crossed the Atlas twice. Some of the views up there are just amazing.
We also went to the dunes in Merzouga. If you ever consider going to Morocco, you can’t miss a couple of nights in ‘Atlas du Sable‘ with Ali’s crew, those guys make it very comfortable and enjoyable.
We also visited M’Hamid and that part of Morocco, that part was a bit harder emotionally. But it is still enlightening and a very interesting place to visit.
Last place was Marrakech. I loved it so much that I’ll have to go again because two nights is not enough for this city.
Only complains are: Too many hours of ‘car stuck because of sand’ and not enough time to get to know any place. but all in all it’s been a wonderful trip and a very nice experience. Their way of living and thinking is just too different from anything in Europe.
We took hundreds of photos, some of them are on my picasaweb album: http://picasaweb.google.com/fpereda/MoroccoTour07 .
If you ever have the oportunity to go to Morocco, go for it.